Big Creek Lorna Details
Scenic section of Big Creek trail, with numerous mud holes and bog sections. While these dry up to some degree in the summer, you will put a lot of effort per km on this trail. Grant Creek crossing can be adventurous, and a short hill to Teko Lake provides good views and a fun decent. The air field near the north end was historically used by the Gang Ranch for emergency landings. Today, it offers a cowboy finish (if riding downstream) to a trail that defines wilderness riding, complete with a splashy finish in Big Creek.
As with all BC Parks trails, ride this trail with caution and be ready to dismount for horses and give way to hikers or other riders.
NOTE: At the request of Parks, please do not post times to the leader board for this or any Parks trail. Respect this wish and help ensure the experience of riding in the South Chilcotins will be available for years to come.
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More Stats for Big Creek Lorna mountain bike trail
Altitude change-253 ft
Altitude min6,103 ft
Altitude max6,356 ft
Altitude start6,356 ft
Altitude end6,103 ft
Distance climb2,479 ft
Distance down2 miles
Avg reverse time00:47:25
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- Snow Packed
- Snow Covered
- Freeze/thaw Cycle
- Prevalent Mud
- Very Dry
Big Creek Lorna Trail Reports
Jul 9, 2018 @ 3:46pmJul 9, 2018
|reporter Trail brushed of blowdown and nightlines improved, curtesy of Tyax Adventures|
Jul 9, 2018 @ 3:44pmJul 9, 2018
Sep 30, 2017 @ 6:04pmSep 30, 2017
|reporter recent rains are making for dust free trails, some snow in the high passes|
Sep 30, 2017 @ 5:59pmSep 30, 2017
|reporter After a long summer closure, Big Creek is again open|
Jul 1, 2017 @ 8:49amJul 1, 2017
|Mostly mud with few Major Water drainage issue, large mud holes|
Routes with this trail
|3 Day Chilcotin riding adventure with back country camp stays - RideSpots.com||49 miles|
|Lorna to Bear Paw||15 miles|
|South Chilcotins Bikepacking Loop||79 miles|
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